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Dec 4, 2012 5:00am PST
for the council in southern arizona, and then in '91 started my own company 20 years ago now, jorgensen-britts group, and we attack it from a couple of different angles. providing direct treatment back in the nineties, to now running full-service employee assistance programs where we work to intervene in the disease and get folks into recovery before they lose everything. i'm bev haberle, and i'm a person in long-term recovery, and that means that for the past 40 years, i haven't used alcohol or any other mood-altering drugs. (applause) as a result of that, i have lived a remarkable, wonderful life. it's allowed me to give back, to help others. it's allowed me to be a wife, a mother, a productive citizen, as well as an elder in my church. so i'm truly grateful to be standing here today. my grandmother taught me a song that kind of saw me through a lot of the worst of my alcoholism, and i thought i'd just ask you to join me on it, because i think it's always a nice way to close any discussion about past, present, and future. (singing of "amazing grace") thank you. (applause) (music) each year,
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